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another attack prince george's county police say it happened again. a violent armed robbery just blocks away from the university of maryland campus. a good old texas shoot-out. how the redskins led a victory slip away. good morning. thanks for joining us for news 4 today. i'm eun yang. >> i'm joe krebs. monday, the 20th day of september, 2010. a live look outside. a little brightening of the sky. maybe those are just the lights reflecting in the sky. 68 degrees. sunrise still some time away. >> about 55 minutes awa sunrise, 6:54. mild under a clear y.
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the full moon has nearly set. mid 60s in fairfax, montgomery. mountains are cool. near 50. root near california' tidewater, upper 60s. view from space over the last 12 hours showing a few clouds drifting through. mostly sunny skies today with an afternoon high climbing to around 80 degrees. and we'll have it cool this evening. in fact, chilly by daw into the 40s. upper 70s on tuesday. lots of sun. hotter weather moving in wednesday and thuday. how is thetraffic, jerry? >> several significant changes. the only incident was an accident that quickly moved to the shoulder. lanes open all the way to the capital beltway. let's head over to maryland and see how we're doing on i-270.
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look at that. 6:00 inhe morning and it's already getting quite early heading en route to the beltway. no accidents to report. good news there. out on the rails, headed o to catch the train, metro is doing fine. vre, fredericksburg two, delays. trains 302 and 304. 890 the only reported. seven minutes behind schedule. joe? >> thanks very much, jerry. students at three schools enjoying an unexpected day off today because of a water main break in the county. chesapeake mddle school and high school and folger mckenzie elementary school closed because of that break. all other schools in the county will open on time. university of maryland community is on alert this morning after another robbery and assault just off campus. the latest attack happened early yesterday morning in the parking lot of the college park shopping center on route 1. megan joins us from that shopping center this morning with more on the attacks that
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have plagued the community for more than a month now. megan, good morning >> reporter: well, good morning, eun. the latestobbery tk place early sunday morning here in this parking lot. there have been several such robberies in recent weeks. now, all the crimes have taken place off campus in the neighborhoo surrounding the university of maryland. students are being asked to be careful. the parking lot is well lit a not exactly off the beaten path. but that didn't stop the suspects. early sunday morning, police say three men jumped their victim from behind, soughted and roed him in the parking lot of a college park shopping center. the crime is the latest in a string of robberies. there have been six such crimes since august 8th. students have been put on alert. it's unclear if the crimes are connected. all have happened early in the morning and involved self suspects. in some case the criminals had been armed. in other cases the victims have been beaten.
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the latest victim does not attend the university of maryland but several other victims are students. last week a man as connected with a robbery in early august. they are still looking for two accomplices. despite that arrest, robberies continue. and the question is whether some of the crimes are perhaps related. whether the same people are responsible. at this point police just don't know. again, everyone is being asked to be careful and not walk alone after 2:00 in the morning and between 2:00 and 4:00. >> megan, thanks so much. a law student and green party u.s. senate candidate is mowed do by an suv in an suv accident. she was riding her bike campus way 5:30 yesterday morning when she was hit. she suffered head trauma, broken ribs and lost a kidney. police say the driver who left the scene claimed she did not
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know she had hit anyone until she got home and found it stuck under her cadillac escalade. >> if you don't see the person, you should have seen the bicycle. why would you hit someone and keep going on? yes, i'm definitely searching for answers. state police seized the bike and the cadillac. they say alcohol was not a factor. soar the driver hasot been charged. frederick police will try to figure out who killed an armed suspect during a shoot-out with police. it happened at 6:0 yesterday morning in the 200 block of market street. police officers approached a man with a rifl during a domestic diste and exchanged gunfire. they are still trying to figure out whether the officer killed him or whether the suspect turned the gun on himself. a final good-bye to political activist and scholar ron walters. a memorial service was held yesterday at howard university.
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he spent 25 years at houfrd. he was known to millions on his weekly column on race and politics and a fquent guest analyst on news 4. vernon jordan and jesse jackson were among the many at the memorial service. his funeral service will be held at shiloh baptist church on nine street in northwestwashington. services beginning at 11:00 a.m. right now hurricane igor is quickly moving away from bermuda. category one storm is still bringing tropical storm force winds and heavy surf. igor threatened to make a direct hit. widespread power outages frb reported along with some flooding. it could cause heavy surf and dangerous rip currents up and down the east coast the next couple days. a texas-sized comeback takes down the skins. houston texans nailed the field
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goal to seal, or is that steal, a win, 30-27. redskins held 17-point lead in the third quarter. coach gary quickly called a time-out just before the ball was snapped for the kick. second try, graham missed wide right, giving the texans the ball back. redskins coach mike shanahan said it was a disappointing way to lose but he was happy with the way the team played. >> bottom line is they got it de and we didn't. so you haveo go back and be pretty tough on yourself. the thing i was pleased with is our football team played hard throughout the game. just made a few too many mistakes at crucial times. >> donovan mcnabb and matt shaw both had impressive showings on offense with more than 900 yards passing combined. coming up, a major traffic alert. a busy intersection at tyson's
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corner. the american woman freed from iran comes home and anoer anticipated visit to thenited states. 6:08 is your time. 67 degrees in the nation's capital. nice weather to go with it.
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time for weather and traffic on the ones. good morning. it's 6:11 this monday morning. got a mostly clear start. we're in the 60s throughout most of the region. afternoon highs, near 80 with lots of sunshine. tonight, chilly by daup. down into the 40s throughout most of the area. upper 70s tomorrow and sunny. increasing clouds wednesday and warmer. upper 80s to near 90 thursday. just for much needed passing showers. perhaps wednesday night and a greater chance thursday. a look at friday and the weekend at 6 clp 21.
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>> off we go and up we go. over capital beltway, maryland. live look bot directions ten i-95 and 355. looking pretty good. right over the george avenue interchange and smooth sailing so far. let's head over into town. overnight south capital, douglas bridge cleared. do we have an issue there? looks like we may have a problem. either that or a slow merge. i'll keep a close watc as we make a trip to the douglas bridge. okay. looks like we're going tbe okay. travel lanes open and available. right n everything for the most part looking all right. >> thanks very much. 6:12. 57 degrees. why it is expected to an eventful day in new york city. crime alert for one northwest d.c. neighborhood. wher there have been eight shootings over just the past
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three days. heads-up in northern virginia. a new traffic pattern in place a a busy intersection in ty
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crime alert. eight people have been shot over the weekend in ward 4 in the district. this violence began just after midnight on friday with one person shot in the 600 block of longfellow streetnorthwest. fewer than five hours later, a woman was caught in gunfi near 9th and deindicator street. four people shot on satuay night in the 700 block of sheprd. that's about a block away from a police substation. two people were shot in the 100 block of kennedy street northwest before sunrise. we have checked with d.c. police and they say they do not know of any arrest in y shootings. police on the hunt for a person who murdered a
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21-year-old woman in the district. this happened around 3:30 yesterday morning along bruce place. ashley mccray is the young woman in the far right in this picture. it was takent the georgetown store worked. th found the 21-year-old inside a car early saturday morning where she had been shot. she was rushed to the hospital where shwas pronounced dead. >> everybody is sad about it. everybody knew her. she's really going to be missed. so far police have made no arrests in her case. >> this morning we have a traffic alert. a new traffic pattern a tyson's corners busiest intersection, route 7 and 123. it's all part of the dulles metro project. tracy kill kips is live with what you need to know if you're headed that way. >> reporter: good morning, eun. it a pretty simple change here. it can be confusing for folks
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who aren't expecting it. they do have signage up here. some cars have tried to adjust to this new traffic pattern they have here. we saw one vehicle actually take the ramp. then after standing there for a while and thinking twice about it, decided to try and back up on the ramp. very dangerous situation here. drivers who used 123 to route 7 you now have a new accss ramp to get to route 7. the new exit south of international drive and the marrtt courtyard hotel. it will take you t frontage road. if you missed that new ramp you will have to continue south on 1, turn right on old courthouse road which intersects with route 7 in both directions. it is really easy to get on . as soon as you see the courtyard marriott, go ahead and t in
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the right-hand lane. it will lead you to route 7 left. in the meantime, know this work is going to be going on the next four months. back to you in the studio. >> another portion of the parkway is now officially open one day ahead of schedule. rolli road and i-95 opened at 5:00 a.m. the northbound lanes in that area opened on saturday. but now all lanes are open. it will be closed for one year while crews build app overpass over the parkway. a push to free the two hikers in iran. their mothers requested a meeting with iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad. he is in the united states for a meeting this week with the american general assembly. sayre is ra showered flew to
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dulles and on to new york. she called for the release of her fiancee shane bauer and their friend josh fattal. >> i walked out of prison with my spirit bruised but unbroken and i am more determined than ever that shane and josh, god willing, will soon walk out the same way. >> shrd spent more than 13 months in one of iran's most accused of spying. >> shourd spent more than 13 months in one of iran's most notorious prisons. the three were arrested while hiking in 2009 and had been accused of spying. the iranian government released shourd on humanitarian grounds. meantime, ahmadinejad met with secretary-general ban ki-moon. he is expected to address the general assembly later this week. several groups organizing protests criticizing the human rights situation in iran and its nuclear program. >> the midterm elections are now
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just a month away and campaigning is still in full swing. president obama heads to philadelphia today tohelp raise money for a democrat who could help his party keep control of congress. but republicans and tea partiers see an opportunity to take ove nbc's tracie potts has more now from capitol hill. >> reporter: this weekend president obama aimed straight for the heart of his party, black voters. >> the time for action is now. >> reporter: the challenge of the upcoming election for both sides, the tea party americans fed up with washington. >> it's like telling the american people, oh, don'torry about it. everything isoing to be okay. deite the fact that we have $13.4 trillion in debt. >> reporter: democrats are trying to use the party's fringe to sway those in the middle. >> the control of the rublican party is in tea party candidates who do not speak for inspect or moderate voters at all. >> reporter: distancing themselves from thmore radical elements while trying to capitalize on its message.
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>> for everybody who takes up a sign and goes to a tea party rally, there are thousands of americans who agree with them. >> reporter: meantime, president obama is bearing down on big money interest. >> it's a power trip, pure and simple. they're hoping they can ride the wave of unchecked influence all the way to victory. >> reporter: the elections now just six weeks away. starting next week, mr. obam is planning four rally to energize the young voters who rallied for him two years ago. 6:21. time for traffic and weather on the ones. >> nice morning, tom. >> it is. temperatures in the 60s under a mostly clear skies as we look at the four-day forecast, pleasant weather the highs in the 70s to near 80. chilly start tomorrow morning many warming up wednesday and thursday. chance for rain wednesday ght. friday and the weekend looking dry. partly cloudy each day. 80s on frid. cooler saturday and sunday with highs in the 70s to near 80 and
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partly cloudy. let's check traffic on this monday mornin jerry,ow is it looking now? >> we're getting clogged up on interstate 66 as well as other interstates. despite the loaded up volume, no accidents to report. at least interstate 66 volume headed eastbound. if yu're headed elsewhere this morning, check downtown. 395. right now we do have reports of a broken down hicle on the westboundside. report of a broken down vehicle near the exit for 6th and 7th streets southwest. no delays there. metro rail doing fine. fredericksburg, two dels. 302 and 304. mark rail camden, 809. that train now 21 minutes behind schedule. > ouch sdplrchs thanks, jerry. >> 6:22. 66 degrees. facebook changed the internet.
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13 members of a small california relinlous group who
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family members feared might be planning a mass suicide is safe. the group's leader was detained for mental evaluation after the group was found pray anything a california park. she and 12 others, including 8 children, disappeared on saturday and left behind notes saying thathey would soon see jesus and dead relatives. police did not find any evidence, though, of a planned mass suicide. could you soon have a facebook phone? the social networking site is secretly working with another company to build its own cell phone. they say it is simply developing apps and a stripped down version for mobile phos. they say it stands by its stories citing its own story last year that google was making a phone. google dend the claim until it released a nexus 1 phone.
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>> we all know eun is making a phone. >> secretly. a man under arrest accused of murdering his wife. a mother in prince george's county wants answers after her daughter is the victim of a hit and run accident. and hurricane igor.
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>>another attack. prince george's county police say it happened again. an armed robbery blocks away from e university of maryland campus. a funny thing happened on the way to 2-0. redskins suffer a meltdown and lose an overtime thriler to the texans. wow. good morning. welcome back to news 4 today. i'm joe krebs. >> i' eun yang. it's 67 degrees. beautiful pink sky right now. tom, we'retarting off with a refreshing morning we want to know what kind of day we're going to have. >> sunrise 25 minutes away. temperatures are pleasant now. we are in the 60s. shenandoah to the atlantic beaches. right now mid-60s in arlington, fairfax, prince george's and montgomery county. near 70 in washington. 50s in the mountains of western maryland and west virginia in a few locations in the central and
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southern shenandoah valley. a few clouds have come through. nd we will have those clouds dissipating this morning and we'll have lots of sun with highs reaching near 80 degrees. by dawn tomorrow, 40s. sunny on tuesday with afternoon highs in the upper 70s. warmer on wdnesday and thursday. just for mh needed rain wednesday night and thursday. how is the traffic, jerry? >> an accident at prince george's county inund on route 214, central avenue. three-car accident. one lane will get you by. swing wide to the right to get by. not too much ithe way of delays. be careful if you're headed out that direction in the next couple minutes. picking up lots of volume on i-270 south. no hangups down to the capital beltway. out on the rails, update metro rails. still doing okay. vre, frederickburg, three trains behind schedule.
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302, 304, 306. and mark rail, 809, 21 minutes behind schedule tough, eun. >> very tough. three schools are getting an unexpected day off today thanks to a water main break. chesapeake middle school an check piece high school and folger mckenzie elementary school. all other schools will remain on time. robbed and assaulted. this latest attack happened early yesterday morning in the college park shopping center off route 1. megan mcgrath joins us with more on the attacks that have plagued that community for more than a month no megan, good morning. >> well, good morning. in the latest incident, a man was walking across the parking lot here when he was attacked and robbed by three suspects. it happened very early in the morning, 4:30 in the morning on sunday. this has been on ongoing
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problem. there have been several such robberies in recent weeks. the parking lot is well lit and not exactly off the beaten path. but that didn't stop the suspects. early sunday morning, police say three men jumped their victim from behind, assaulted and robbed him in the parking lot of the college park shopping center. therime is the latest in a string of robberies. there have been six such crimes since august 8th. students he been put on alert. it's unclear if the crimes are connected. all have happened early in the morning and involve several suspects. in some case the criminals have been armed. in other cases, the victims have been beaten. the latest victim does not attend the university of maryland but self other victi are students. last week police arrested 19-year-old john in connection in early august. they are still looking for two accomplices. despite that rave, the robberies continue. and so the big question is are
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any of these crimes connected in any way or do we have a number of criminals operating in the same area? police are still trying piece it all together. until they have eeryone in custody they're telling people to be very, very careful and early in the morning not to walk alone specifically in t hours between 2:00 and 4:00 in the morning. that's when most incidents have happened. back to you in the studio. >> still very disturbing. thanks very much. a law student and green party u.s. senate candidate is in critical condition after a hit and run accident. natasha pettigrew was riding her bicycle in largo 5:30 yesterday afternoon when she was hit. her mother says she suffered from hed trauma, broken ribs and lost a kidney. the driver left the scene and claims she didn't know she hit anyone until she got home and saw the bike stu under her cadillac escalade. >> if you don't see the person, clearly you should have seen the
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bicycle. why would you hit someone and keep on going? so, yes, i'm definitely searching for answers. >> maryland state police seized the bike and the cadillac. the driver has not been charged. a man accused of killing his wife. steven combs le fleu is charged with first degree murder. police were called to the home saturd night for reports of injuries due to a fall. she died on the scene. he is being held without bond. right now hurricane igor is quickly moving away from bermuda. the categy 1 storm is still bringing tropic storm force winds and surf to the island. but the heavy rain has stopped. igor threatened to make a direct hit on bmuda yesterday, but the eye sayed out 40 miles out to sea. widespread power outages have been reported along with
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flooding and uprooted trees. igor could cause heavy surf up and down the east coast for the next couple days. the oil well in the gulf has now been sealed permanently with cement. retired coast guard admiral thad allen said it poses no more threat. it comes five months after the explosion that killed 11 workers and spilled 206 million gallons of oil into the gulf of mexico. oil continues, though, to wash up on the shores and beaches. one of the nation's biggest banks is set to impose new fees. how you can avoid paying them. redskins try to explain what happened. how they blew a 17-point lead and lost to the texans. >> 67 degrees at 6:36. sunlight beginning to show over the nation's capital. we'll have your weather and traffic on the ones right after this.
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nbc's is debuting a handful of new shows this fall. one is "chase." the leader of group of u.s. marbles as they hunt down criminals in texas. to get an idea how they work, the cast spent time with their realifecounterparts. it premiers tonight at 10:00, following the premier of "the event" at 9:00. you can see both here on nbc 4. >> it looks intense. >> it does look pretty intense. scared me. >> looked nice outside, though. beautiful sky to sta your morning off. we have a workweek ahead of us. how is it looking there? >> no problems off to work d school on monday morning. a pleasa morning under the clear sky. now in the six.
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it was a time-out takedown.
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hostonexans pulled one out over the redskins thanks to a timely stoppage of play. redskins thought they had the win with a field goal i texas coach called a time-out to free kicker. he missed the second attempt giving the ball back to the texans. houston sealed the win with a field goal of their own. quarterback donovan mcnabb said it was a hard way to lose but they are looking forward to next week. >> obviously it's hard. it's hard on yourself. you have to b a good bounceback, have short-term memory and come out and make change next weekend. >> mcnabb had a great game with more than 400 yrds passing. the skins go on the road next week to face the rams in st. louis. bad night for the giants, too. apparently brendan jacobs took it all out on his helmet. it ended up in the stands during he third quarter against the
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colts. jacob says he went to throw his helmet at the bench and it missed, flying into the stas. the fans of cour wanted to keep the souvenir. it was a blowout. colts won, 38-13. this morning we have a traffic alert for you. a new traffic pattern at tyson's corner busiest intersection, 7 and 123. this is all part of the dulles metro project. tracee wkins is live with what you need to know there. good mornin >> reporter: good morning, joe. drivers trying to head westbound on route 7. folks have not been having an easy time finding the traffic pattern. a vehicle tried to take the ramp but thought twice about it thinking maybe they should back up. thought again it was a good idea to keep on down the ramp.
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it could have been a big mess. this is part of what we're seeing out here. drivers who used 123 to route 7 you will have to exit using a new exit. it will take you to frontage road. turn right on route 7 west. if you miss the new ramp, you'll have to continue south on 123, turn right on old courthouse road, which eventually intersects with route 7 in both directions. but here's the key. we're showing you the courtyard marriott because this is the point that will let you know it's time to go ahead and get into your right-hand lane. when you see the courtyard marriott get into your right hand lane and know the first ramp exit, follow these words. that's the ramp that you actually want to take. please don't try to back up on the ramp. make sure that you get on that ramp and stay down to frontage road to where you're going next. this is going to be the new plan
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for the nex four months. tracee wilkins, live, back to you all in the studio. >> going to take a while to get used to it. thanks very much, tracee. another portion of the fairfax county parkway is now open. it opened at 5:00 a.m. northbound lanes opened on saturday. but now all lanes are open. rolling roadwill now be closed from richfield chancellor way for one year while crews build an overpass over the parkway. a crime alert this morning after a very violent weekend in the district. eight people shot in ward four. the violence started just after midnight friday with one person shot in the 600 block of longfellow. less than five hours later a woman was caught in gunfir four people were shot saturday night in the 700 block of shepherd a block away from a police substation. two people shot in the 100 block of kennedy street north.
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all are expected to survive. we checked with d.c. police this morning and they say they do not know of any arrests. and the violence continued sunday with the murder of a 21 jooerld woman. this morning police are trying to track down her kilr. it happened 3:0 along bruce place southeast. ashley is the young woman on the far right of this picture. this photo was taken at the georgetown store where s worked. police found the 21-year-old inside a car early saturday morning where she had been shot. she was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. >> everybody is sad bit. she was a real popular person. today cnbc willhost a town hall meeting. courtney reagan joins us to preview today's event. >> sit a big day at cnbc.
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you have a chance to ask president obama your questions about the economy. it's called investing in america. you can see it live today at noon and again at 8:00 p.m. bank of america tries to recover some of the $4 billion in revenue it expects to lose to new caps on bank and credit card fees. it would reward customers who keep a minimum account balance and do all their banking online. >> beautiful sunrise under way. sun coming up shortly. big old planet keeps oturning. about 800 miles per hour. we're out of the earth's shadow
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now. live view. sun emerging in another three minutes. coming up in a clear sky on this monday. 60s in prince george's, fairfax, arlington. near 70 in washington and near the bay. most of the region in the 60s. mountains, it's cooler there. no precipitation on this monday morning. another dry day. we really need rain. we may get some later in the week. right now cooler out of the mountains. near 50 there. eastern shore, virginia tidewater, mid and upper six. the last 12 hours, some of the clouds couple hundred miles off the seaboard. there's a buoy east of ocean city reporting nearly 10 foot waves coming from hurricane igor, which over the weekend brushed right by bermuda. thankfully the winds have initialed. winds about 75 miles per hour. weaker tropical storm julia.
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lisa is now forming in the far eastern atlantic. for students at the bus stop, in the six for another couple hours with sunshine. and dry conditions. and dry pavement around the recently. by noon time, upper 70s. peak near 80 by afternoon. overnight don't, full moon up and a cool sti. and a chilly morning tomorrow morning. many locations in the 40s to 50s. then warmer wednesday and thursday. might get a passing shower wednesda night or perhaps thursday. 80s friday. near 80s saturday and sunday. >> tom, certainly getting busy on the capital beltway inner loop from springfield to i-66. very, very slow. there were two straight accidents. police tell us they're on the showered. it's going to be backed up.
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lanes open down to springfield. let's head over and see how we're doing. inboundnd outbound, ving along this morning. travel lanes open there. pedestrian accident. university boulevard at carroll avenue. authorities are headed over there. so heads- if you're headed that direction. out to the rails. metro rail doing fine. vre, not so much. redericksburg, 30 304, 306 delayed. now a delay on 324. mark rail, camden 841 remains 21 minutesbehind schedule. joe? >> all right, jerry. thanks very much. university of maryland community is on alert after another robberynd assault off mpus. the latest attack happened early yesterday morning in the college park shopping center off route 1. news 4's megan mcgrath joinss live from that shopping center with more. good morning, megan. >> reporter: well, good morning, joe. this has been an ongoing
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problem. the victim was walking alone across the apartment when he was assaulted and robbed b three victims. we have had a half dozen similar robberies in the last few weeks. the parking lot is wellit and not exactly off the beaten path. early sunday morning police say three men jumped tir victim from behind, assaulted and robbed him in the parking lot of the college park shopping center. the crime is the latest in a string of robberies. there have been six such crimes since august 8. students have been put on alert. it's unclear if the crimes are connected. all have happened early in the morning and involved several suspects. in some cases the criminals had been armed. in other cases the victims had been beaten. the latest victim does not attend the university of maryland, but veral other victims are students. last week police arsted a man in connection with a robbery in
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early august. they are still looking for two accomplices. despite that arrest, the robberies contie. don't walk alone between 2:00 and 4:00 a.m. that's the advice of police. joe, back to you. >> megan mcgrat reporting live. megan, thanks very much. 6:55. kimberly suiters has this morning's top stories from the newsroom. kim better lishgs good morning. >> go morning, again. let'sup date you on the law student in maryland. she is in critical condition. atasha pettigrew was hit by a car while riding her bike 5:30 sunday morning. the driver claimed she didn't ow she hit anyone until she got home and found the bike stuck under her car. loudon county sheriff's office arrested steven combs-la fleur. catherine combs la fleur died at
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the scene. her injuries were consistent with an assault smoo after an explosion five mont ago today, the deaths of 11 workers and 206 million gallons of gushing oil. the broken deepwater horizon is finally sealed forever. the cleanup continues. crews are starting to clear out. residents feel bp will leave before all the oil is removed. it's not summer break or fall break. it's water main break. students at three schools stay home today. chesapeake middle school, chesapeake high school a folger mckenzie elementary are all closed because ofhe matter main break. back tyou in the studio. another forecast check with meteorologist to kierein. >> live view by sunrise. live view from sky watcher. lots of sun. highs near 80. more of the same today. jerry, hows the traffic? >> chopper 4 overthe scene of
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the accident. 7 and 123. be very careful. watch for the lane changes. joe, eun. >> that is news 4 today. thanks for starting your monday with us. >> the "today" show is next. right back here tomorrow morning at 4:30. hope to see you then. have a great day. >> bye. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's luxury with fire in its veins. bold. daring. capable of moving your soul. ♪ and that's even before you drop your foot on the pedal. ♪ the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. the new standard of the world.
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